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Oct 2, 2012 1:40am PDT
. >>> also this half hour, an amtrak train with 169 passengers collides with a big rig and then derails and passengers and eyewitnesses are describing the chaos that followed. >>> and then a peanut butter recall spreads, even more so. more than a hundred items, some that might be in your home right now are being linked to a salmonella outbreak. >> products that use the peanut butter. bigger than you think. stay tuned for that. >>> and later in the half hour, are scientologists bending the rules for tom cruise? the insider who says cruise is getting special treatment when it comes to seeing suri. that's coming up in "the skinny." the drama continues for tom. >>> but first, five weeks until the election and one day before the crucial presidential debate. >> both candidates are working on their last-minute preparations for their first face-off tomorrow night. abc's karen travers is joining us this morning with a preview of the debate. good morning, karen. >> good morning, rob. good morning, paula. it's been very quiet on the campaign trail as president obama and mitt romney hunkers down an
Sep 25, 2012 2:35am EDT
to the ground. ten others damaged. the fire is 10% contained. more gusty winds are expected to day. >>> amtrak is going for some speed records in these overnight hours. along its usually busy northeast corridor. the train service operating tests at 165 miles per hour. it is taking place in four stretches of track between maryland and massachusetts. tests are being performed before a possible increase in speed limits along the heavily traveled route. the current speed limit for passenger trains is 150. >>> here is a story that is dear to my heart. brace yourself for a worldwide shortage of bacon. and you can blame mother nature. here in the u.s., the supply of pork is up 31%. compared to last year. that's because, farmers were forced to scale down herds. the drought killed the corn and soy beans fed to pigs. making the animals just too expensive to keep. also, forget about imported bacon, because pig farmers in europe scaled back as well, leading to what is a global bacon shortage next year. >> why didn't we lead with the story? >> this is -- unbelievable. >> farmers are saying they were losing
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